The Madisonian team has been in the blogging doldrums for the last two weeks, but we’re going to try to get a running start on 2006.
First up: The AALS Annual Meeting begins next week in Washington, DC, and law profs with an interest in IP and IT issues will find several panels of interest. Our sibling blog, IP and IT Conferences, has some details.
I’m moderating the Law & Computers Section/IP Section panel presentation on the Grokster case (Thursday, 1/5, at 10:30 a.m.) Panelists will be Wendy Gordon (BU), Neil Netanel (UCLA), Ray Ku (Case Western), and Justin Hughes (Yeshiva/Cardozo). This should be an excellent panel, and since we have a full 105-minute session, there will be plenty of time for conversation and discussion.